Not All Bloggers Are Serial Killers

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You know how much I complain on some of your blogs about there not being enough bloggers in South Dakota for these "meet up" thingies? Well. Strike that. I met a South Dakota blogger today! On the spur of the moment. AND, I was so intrigued, that I intentionally left my house after 8 p.m. at night to do so. And everyone who knows me, knows that I NEVER do that unless it's an emergency - like running out of cigarettes. That and tampons. Tampons are always an emergency around here. You'd think I would have caught on by now.

All joking aside - I met Steve Wilson tonight for coffee. I wouldn't let him pick me up - because, let's face it - I've met too many weirdos on match.com to let some stranger pick me up, but I've already decided that he can pick me up next time because he's just a great guy AND he has a truck AND he's super tall, AND he sings and dances (Remember the singing and dancing? It follows me around. This was no exception.) AND he was very easy to talk to AND we're definitely getting together again.

So there you have it. South Dakota's most notable blogger meet up. And it was awesome.

23 comments:

Jamie said...

Nice work! :)

Hopefully you inspire other South Dakotans!

lacochran said...

Woot! Bloggers are the best!

-Peder said...

What do you think the blogger = serial killer percentage is? I'm guessing 40% or so.

BrianAlt said...

Awww...

New words for the new millenium:

blogelationsip - "I just met a great guy and we're in a blogelationship."

dablogting - "we're taking it slow for now, we're just dablogting."

bloggaged - "He gave me a ring! We're bloggaged!"

blogtrimony - "We've entered into holy blogtrimony."

blogamily - "We're having a baby, we decided to start a blogamily."

Anyone have any others?

Kate said...

blogigamy. You figure it out, Brian.

BrianAlt said...

Oooohhh! Naughty Kate!

Lemmonex said...

Oh this makes me so happy! Glad he didn't kill you. Now all your friends can think it is weird that you have made friends through the internet, too.

f.B said...

how about "blogxperimenting?" did i spell that right? oh, well: it's fake; so it doesn't matter.

Kristen said...

But did he try to get into your blog's panties? I'm just asking because I know that blogs can be really slutty sometimes.

Mine is.

buffalodick said...

Glad you're alive to report this info!

Summer said...

Good. I'm glad you're still alive!

Stephen Wilson said...

I so promise (right hand raised) to try REALLY hard and not become a murderer. Hmmm, until recently, I thought blogging was some kind of Irish dance. Shall we? Thanks for meeting me Kay-ate.

LiLu said...

It's a big step when you go from only In Real Life friends to e-Friends. I hope it's a good step, or I'm in a lotta trouble...

GreenCanary said...

Good for you, Katie-poo! You know if this Wilson guy wants a kitty? I have one that needs a home. For reals *dramatic sigh, sob*

Sweetly Single said...

Good for you dear! It's always good to know that there are others out there like us

Captain Crab said...

I had the same feeling when Stephen and I had our meeting. It turned out OK.

Titania said...

That's great Kate! You give me hope, with all and me being new to this blogging thing, maybe I still have hope... And yes, I am jealous, but in a "congratulations" way

Stephen Wilson said...

Report of my blind date with Capt. Crab here.

Sparkling Red said...

That's a nice surprise! :-) Dating is scary. Finding a truly nice guy is awesome.

carrster said...

I'm meeting my 2nd blogger this Friday in Texas! Long-distance blogationship I guess...

E said...

Okay this is sort of adorable .....annnd we all get to watch.
This is better than an estate sale!

justjp said...

But I have sooo been stalking you!

Oxen Cox said...

That is awesome! Good for you meeting up with a fellow blogger. I was thinking the same thing about Minneapolis.